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  1. My Grandma

    • By Lorenda G. DAVIS
    • Published: February 2006

    Grandma, you said what you wanted with paper and a pen,
    If we couldn't read it, you would write it over again,
    You woke us up each morning with the clapping of your hands,
    Country music on the radio, and the banging from the pans,

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  3. Grandma

    • By Megan Field
    • Published: January 2008
    Poem Remembering Smiling Grandmother

    Grandma, you were so sweet;
    Like honey from a bee.
    You always told me stories
    As I sat there on your knee.

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  4. Grandmas Are Angels

    • By Krista D. Espinoza
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Grandmas Being With Us

    We hear a lot of things about angels,
    like what they look like and what or who they are,
    but some people don't think that your own grandma could be an angel.

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    My Grandma is injured and in the nursing home until she gets better. She fell out her scooter-chair and onto cement and had to go to the hospital, then when she got out of the hospital and...

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  6. I Remember

    • By Irene Shakarashvili
    • Published: February 2006
    Reminded By A Yellow Butterfly



    I remember the first time I saw her
    A loving, caring, honest person...

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  7. Grandma Saves The Day

    • By Clint Moralie
    • Published: June 2011

    When I was two, grandma was on her way to the mall,
    There she met with Ms. Mary who looked as if she was ill.
    Ms. Mary was about to fall,
    So grandma gave her a pill.

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  8. A Poem About My Grandma

    • By T r i sh a L. S a n d e r s o n
    • Published: February 2006
    Aging Grandma

    I see the old in her eyes
    Sometimes it makes me wonder how long she will be alive
    The wrinkles in her eyes are like wrinkles in time
    I can see her youth through them sometimes

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  10. Longing For Belgium

    • By Andrea Sexton
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Missing Native Land

    she speaks slow, deliberate words of reflection:
    the rich, black soil,
    back in the old country.

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  11. Paradise

    • By Paige
    • Published: June 2016
    Lovely Memories Of Childhood Holidays At Grandparents Home

    Every morning is a different experience.
    Whether it be the sweet and warm morning coffee
    on the porch listening to the blue birds chirp and hummingbirds wake,
    or it be hot tea while watching the rain slip and fall

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  12. Bedtime Story From Nanna

    • By Pincessa
    • Published: August 2016
    Telling Brother About Nanna

    She was a wonderful woman with a heart of gold,
    Smiling with each note she sung.
    "Be true to yourself. Be true to your heart.
    Remember the good. Remember the bad.

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